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Three commercials from 1965: A Promo for "The FBI" ABC-TV series; A Commercial for 'Gleem Toothpaste', and a commercial for Camay Soap. Taken from 1965 TV episode with invalid copyright notice.
This movie is part of the collection: Classic TV Commercials
Audio/Visual: sound, color
Keywords: Classic TV; Television; TV; Classic Television; 60s; 60's; 1960s; 1960's; Sixties; 1965; Commercial; Commercials; Advertising; Toothpaste; Soap; Camay;
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Subject: See? I think I've got it!!
Well, I do believe there's medication you can take to get rid of it!
In all seriousness, I LOVED these commercials! I love how clearly advertising had changed from early television (the 50s) and it's rather stuffy way to advertise, through the 60s, which brought in more "Situational" ads. In the 50s, we were being talked to. That was the way of advertising then. Demonstrate and talk about the product. The 60s changed advertising into the viewer being more of a "bystander" watching the situation. That has carried over into even the advertising of today.
Thanks for these commercials! You rock!